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Discussion in 'Movies/TV' started by Puck, May 7, 2009.
Probably The Wire, which is my favorite television show ever to air. Netflex it if you can.
That was it. Thanks.
Back to the thread topic...
There's quite a bit of shows that I like to watch...
Heroes (even though the first three quarters of season 3 was nearly unwatchable)
The Office (though it's starting to show some wear and tear)
Scrubs (the show as we know it ended last night, that finale was very good)
Hell's Kitchen is probably the only reality show I can stand to watch
Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares
Ace of Cakes
I though Scrubs had a few more episodes.
It's losing steam, but I'm a Top Chef watcher.
Friday Night Lights is a great show, but I'm reverting to watching it on DVD, it's just easier.
The Tudors is good, if you can like a show about Henry VIII. It's cheesy at times, and it's basically soft core porn at others, but hey, that's what keeps my wife watching.
I also watch Boston Legal on DVD, though I haven't finished the most recent season yet.
LOST - Best show on television.
Fringe - Gets better with each episode.
Friday Night Lights - Best music of any show.
House - Sarcasm at its finest.
Real Housewives of NYC - My guilty pleasure.
Last night was the season 8 finale. There's been reports though that there's talks of ABC renewing it for another season. But Zach Braff won't be a part of it. And most of the main cast are already attached to other pilots. But as we know, most pilots don't actually get picked up. So if there is a ninth season, it's going to be focused on the new interns that they introduced this season, with only a few of the main cast returning.
^ I just watched it on dvr. Scrubs just won't be the same without JD
It definitely won't be the same, but that doesn't mean it still can't be a good show. JD wasn't even my favorite character on the show. And although JD was the center and cornerstone of the show, they've done numerous episodes throughout the years where he wasn't in it at all, and the show still flowed the same way.
the daily show
the colbert report
two and a half men
the deadliest catch